Talk by Branko Boskovic: "Contemporary Balkan Politics: The Montenegrin Perspective"
Tue, April 23, 2013 • 11:00 AM - 12:15 PM • BUR 212
This talk will deliver the speaker's view of the political transition of Montenegro after the breakup of Yugoslavia in 90's. It will consider the context that shaped political events of the time and how these affected later political development, resulting in Montenegrin independence in 2006.
The speaker will discuss the current state of political affairs and future expectations too.
Branko Boskovic is a teaching assistant and PhD student at the University of Donja Gorica in Podgorica, Montenegro, currently spending a semester at the University of Texas at Austin on the JFDP (Junior Faculty Development Program) sponsored Scholarship. He is specializing in the field of Political Sociology, looking at the processes of social change in the Balkans and Europe.